The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

New Orleans, Louisiana

Located three blocks from the French Quarter, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is the latest incarnation of a building that began its life in 1854 as a warehouse serving the Port of New Orleans. Opened in April 2015 following a renovation highlighting rustic original details – like hard wood floors and exposed brick walls – it pairs sophisticated modern design with culture and art rooted in New Orleans courtesy of partnerships with the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, Where Y'Art and a chandlery filled with the work of local makers.

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535 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans Louisiana 70130
(504) 527 5271

Made in New Orleans

The Collection

Rooted in history, the Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery celebrates the artists and makers of New Orleans today and in the future. Partnering with the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts, the city's premiere publicly-funded arts high school, the hotel features student art in all guest rooms and a lobby art gallery featuring the work of students, faculty and alumni. A second gallery in partnership with Where Y'Art showcases works by New Orleans artists and a chandlery sells a curated selection of items from local makers.

Compère Lapin

Restaurant and Bar

Opened to critical acclaim in June 2015, Chef Nina Compton's Compère Lapin blends the flavors of New Orleans with those of Compton’s Caribbean roots, her French culinary training and deep experience with Italian cuisine.